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    2022 Business Leadership Honors Program Graduates

    Fifteen members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2022 graduated from the Jesuit school’s Business Leadership Honors Program.
    June 1, 2022

    Fifteen members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2022 graduated from its Business Leadership Honors Program, which is one of Scranton’s programs of excellence. Students in this highly-selective program explore the basic theories and concepts of leadership through special seminars and courses in management, ethics, strategy and analysis, in addition to field trips to learn from top executives and projects in leadership, service and mentoring.

    The following is a list of the class of 2022 Business Leadership Honors Program graduates and their majors:

    Marissa E. Angelo, Dickson City, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major. Angelo was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Alexandra C. Benadon, Hillsborough, New Jersey, graduated, summa cum laude, as a human resource studies major.            

    Philip J. Cocco III, Pittston, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major. Cocco was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Charles M. Csaszar, Hopewell Junction, New York, graduated, magna cum laude, as an accounting major.    Csaszar was also a member of the University’s Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program.

    Collin E. Ennis, Pleasant Mount, graduated, magna cum laude, as a finance major. Ennis was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Austin J. Glidewell, Clarks Summit, graduated, summa cum laude, as a finance and economics double major. Glidewell was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Hanna P. Guarnuccio, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, graduated, summa cum laude, as an economics and accounting double major. Guarnuccio was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Dillon C. Heinz, Leonardo, New Jersey, graduated, magna cum laude, as a finance major.       

    Jacqueline J. Heraty, New York, New York, graduated, as a neuroscience major.  

    Rebecca A. Johnson, Scranton, graduated, magna cum laude, as an accounting major.            

    Benjamin C. Koshinski, Mountain Top, graduated, summa cum laude, as a management and accounting double major.          

    Carolina R. Murphy, Jenkintown, graduated, summa cum laude, as a finance and Hispanic studies double major. Murphy was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Christina F. Piscitelli, New City, New York, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major.   

    Claudia D. Pitts, Scranton, graduated, summa cum laude, as an accounting major.        Pitts was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Caitlin S. Schreiber, Clarence Centre, New York, graduated, summa cum laude, as a business administration major. Schreiber was also a member of the University’s Business Honors Program.

    Robert McKeage, Ph.D., associate professor of management, marketing and entrepreneurship, serves as director of the University’s Business Leadership Honors Program.

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